I’ve been on the radio in some fashion since I was in High School and have been with Alt 101.7 since we went on the air. It’s the perfect radio home for me! Yeah, I grew up with all the “Time Warp Tuesday” music but have found a ton of new favorites thanks to the evolution of the alternative format. One of my passions is curating and producing Indies Only, which airs every Saturday from 9p-12a. Supporting independent and unsigned artists has been a love of mine for most of my adult life. Outside of radio, I am the play-by-play announcer for Tuscaloosa’s one and only roller derby team, the Druid City Dames. I’ve been involved with derby for the last 11 or 12 years and am so glad I’m able to use my knowledge of the sport for good! I also enjoy seeking out and trying new craft beers. At one time, my love for hops was so great, they even named a beer after me. Ah, the memories! On my days off I can be found listening to records, watching documentaries, traveling, and holding up a bar in a craft beer joint somewhere.
Unique Food Concept Opening on McFarland Blvd.
The new concept, Gourmade Kitchen, prepares homemade food daily with real ingredients that can be easily transferred to your oven or freezer at your convenience.
Inaugural Druid City Music Fest Coming to Tuscaloosa in 2019
A battle of the bands, more than 16 venues, 2 days, wow this is going to be cool!
Beer Named After Monk Number 1 on Paste Magazine List
Two Tuscaloosa beers end up on Paste Magazine's list!
David Byrne’s American Utopia Tour Coming to Birmingham in October
The former Talking Heads front man is bringing his crazy live show to us!
Druid City Brewing Company Artwork Puts Saban In the Marvel Universe
Nick Saban as Thanos is the best thing since Saban as Big Boi of Outkast
5 Reasons Loosa Brews Is the Best Beer Bar in Tuscaloosa
Monk obviously likes beer but apparently loves Loosa Brews!
Monk to Be Guest Announcer at March Roller Derby Bout in Tuscaloosa
Come and support Tuscaloosa's only roller derby team and cheer Monk on while you're at it!
Flood Watch in Effect for Tuscaloosa Through Sunday
I don't think there will be a need for boats in the city streets but it's always good to be safe and aware when there is a threat of flooding.